Emma James
Emma James
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Psychology, University of York
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Consolidation of vocabulary during sleep: the rich get richer?
E James, MG Gaskell, A Weighall, L Henderson
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 77, 1-13, 2017
Consolidating new words from repetitive versus multiple stories: Prior knowledge matters
LM Henderson, E James
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 166, 465-484, 2018
Offline consolidation supersedes prior knowledge benefits in children's (but not adults’) word learning
E James, MG Gaskell, LM Henderson
Developmental science 22 (3), e12776, 2019
Commentary: Knowledge Acquisition during Exam Preparation Improves Memory and Modulates Memory Formation
EL James, SA Cairney
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 10, 245, 2017
From ZZZs to AAAs: Why Sleep is an Important Part of Your Study Schedule
E James, AK Joechner, BE Muehlroth
Frontiers for Young Minds, 2020
Make or break it: Boundary conditions for integrating multiple elements in episodic memory
E James, G Ong, L Henderson, AJ Horner
PsyArXiv. March 13, 2020
Sleep‐dependent consolidation in children with comprehension and vocabulary weaknesses: it’ll be alright on the night?
E James, MG Gaskell, LM Henderson
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2020
Understanding individual differences in learning and consolidating new vocabulary
E James
University of York, 2019
The relations between morphological awareness and reading comprehension in beginner readers to young adolescents
E James, NK Currie, SX Tong, K Cain
Journal of Research in Reading, 0
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